Obesity research is riddled with methodological problems that are rarely challenged, leading to the perpetuation of misinformation and interventions that do harm. Given the two-thirds of the population who are classified as higher weight and thus subject to these interventions, it is past time to clean up the basic scientific flaws in this research area. For a quick summary of a couple of these issues, see Poodle Science:... more »
How can methods and metrics capable of conducting high quality T4 research be developed to accurately capture outcomes and the overall impact new T4 knowledge has on population health for heart, lung, blood, sleep diseases and disorders?
What approaches can help leverage the emerging big data in health and health care for observational and interventional implementation research in heart, lung, blood, sleep diseases?
What are the best strategies to develop a highly competent diverse Implementation Science research workforce to address health inequities?